If you like to swim, boat, fish, hike, or enjoy being close to town, then Anvil Lake is the place for you. The lake has extremely clear water and very good fishing. Located in the campground is a 300-year-old white pine that got its start not long after the Pilgrims landed. A log shelter with picnic tables adds to the rustic character of this campground. The Anvil National Recreation Trail system is adjacent to the campground. You can also hike six miles and connect withFranklin Lake Campground.
$12 Individual campsite fee is $12/night.
Nightly fees are half of price shown with use of Interagency Senior or Access Pass. Interagency Pass discounts apply only to the fee for the campsite physically occupied by the pass holder.
May 5 - October 11
The USDA Forest Service honors all four Interagency Recreation Passes that may be applied at National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Fish and Wildlife sites charging recreation use fees. Visit http://www.fs.fed.us/passespermits/rec-fee.shtml to decide which pass is right for you.